Splendors of the Combined Order

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AN UNPUBLISHED FRAGMENT OF FOURIER. Translated [by Charles A. Dana] from La Democratie Pacifique.   Each repast of the day has a special character, a tone which prevails generally at the three classes of tables. I will confine myself to the…

THE IDEAL OF A PERFECT SOCIETY.   Let us in thought construct upon some globe a society, in which social causes of evil shall not exist, and where humanity shall employ its activity and power in the development of the elements needed for the…

MORAL EDUCATION   * * * All the social calamities of which men complain so loudly, which are attributed by turns to philosophy, to fanaticism, to the passions, to fatality, perhaps proceed from a single cause, from falsified and incomplete moral…

Charles Fourier on the Pear-Grower's Series   This illustration of Fourier's theory of the play of passional attractions and progressive series is something I have referred to in the past, in "The Lesson of the Pear-Growers' Series." Ian Patterson…

Gabriel-Desire Laverdant, "Of Property"   FROM THE FRENCH OF "LA PHALANGE."   Translated for the Harbinger.   OF PROPERTY, AND THE VARIOUS LEGITIMATE   MODES OF ACQUIRING IT.   -------------------   Attractions are proportional to…